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A prosecutor is a lawyer.

Prosecutors work for a court.

A prosecutors job is to punish criminals for crimes.

He is responsible for a law case.

A prosecutor presents a criminal trial against someone who broke the law.

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Prosecutors represent a person.

Sometimes this person is the government.

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